Choices for Teenagers for All Generations

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AuthorHouse, Mar 29, 2005 - Self-Help - 160 pages

Teenagers of all generations, you can shape your own lives by the choices you make. It is your choice to become the person you really want to be.  Read this book, think about the choices others make, and make your own.   Find out about yourself and your dreams.  Make those dreams come true.  Author Hattie Cunegine faced many of the same decisions that all teenagers face as she was growing up, and now she says, “Be who you are, be what you want to be, and peace be with you all the way.”

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Hattie Cunegine is well-qualified to offer advice.  “I have written Choices for Teenagers from my experiences as a teenager.  It is a tough time in any child’s life, but I want to tell teenagers that they must make their own choices concerning their own lives.”


Her message is not just for the young adults of her race but is a valuable lesson for all human beings in dealing with the unique challenges of racism, drugs, gang violence, and the decline of family values.


Young adults of all generations can have authority over their own lives when they exert responsibility in decision-making.  Choices for Teenagers offers excellent examples of how that is done.

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